After the storm of Shubman Gill in Ahmedabad, Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s waving balls looted the gathering fiercely. Bhuvi wreaked havoc with the ball in the last over of Gujarat Titans’ innings, scalping four batsmen in six balls. Bhuvneshwar also took three wickets in three consecutive balls, but despite this he could not complete his hat-trick.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar started the match with a bang and showed Saha the way to the pavilion on the third ball itself. After this Bhuvi returned in the last over and he destroyed Gujarat’s batting order. Bhuvneshwar showed the way to the pavilion to Shubman Gill, who scored a century on the first ball of the over, and made Rashid Khan walk on the second ball.
On the third and hat-trick ball of the over, Bhuvneshwar was successful in tricking Noor Ahmed, but Noor was run out in the process of stealing runs. Bhuvi also ended Noor’s innings with a direct throw. Although the team’s hat-trick was completed, Bhuvneshwar’s dream of taking a hat-trick remained incomplete.
After this, the fast bowler from Hyderabad also made Shami walk on the fifth ball and thus took a total of four wickets in one over. Bhuvi took five wickets in his four-over spell, conceding 30 runs. Bhuvneshwar has also bowled the best spell ever for Hyderabad in IPL.